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( anny ) and a shootout on a san francisco street and the gunmen are still on the loose. i will tell you where it happened and what witnesses are saying about the shooting this morning. (darya) good morning i'm darya folsom.. (mark) and i'm mark danon. lets start the morning with a check of weather and traffic... (james) we're off to a cold start this monday morning
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as temperatures around the bay are dropping into the 40s. let's go outside and check the 4-zone camera network. it's partly to mostly cloudy this morning with minimal fog, mostly at the coast. your daypart forecast shows that temperatures will increase to the mid 50s by 10am. look for low to mid 60s by noon, then upper 60s inland by this afternoon. it will stay in the mid 60s by the bay. looking ahead, an approaching weather disturbance will keep winds blowing for the next couple of days. there is a chance of light rain tuesday as the system moves by. drying conditions and clearing skies will take hold wednesday morning. beyond that point, a warming trend will take over and take us into the weekend. no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. golden gat bridge drive time less than 30 min from 37 to the toll plaza.
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richmond bridge drive less than 20 min from the toll to 101 ( mark ) breaking news from overnight... 2 people shot while driving on an east bay freeway.( darya ) it happened on interstate 880 in hayward. kron 4's will tran is live this morning with the details. will. ( will ) at 9:15 last night a grey toyota was driving on south bound-880 getting off at winton ave in hayward... someone in an unknown car pulled up to the truck and started shooting at the driver's side of the truck. two of the three people in the truck were hit. they suffered non-life threatening injuries. the truck ran off the road. right now police do not have a description of the suspect car. they say it appears to be an isolated incident.
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( darya ) thanks will. we will check back with you through out the morning.
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( darya ) this is just the latest in a string of freeway shootings in the bay area. over the past two years... dozens of shootings have been happening along highway four and interstate 80 between richmond and antioch. eight people have been killed and dozens have been injured. just last week we learned that the california state transportation agency has agreed to build a surveillance network to help deter the violence. the network could have wireless cameras, license plate readers and shot spotters. ( mark ) a shootout between two cars in san francisco and this morning the gunmen are still on the loose. anny hong is following the latest from the breaking news desk. (anny) the shootout happened around 9:30 yesterday morning in one of san francisco's quietest neighborhoods. police say the shootout happened near polk and chestnut streets. witnesses say one of the cars
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was a charcoal colored sedan and the other was a red b-m-w. no one was hurt, but one car was damaged. kron-four spoke to one man and his girlfriend who were at home at the time of the shooting. ( anny ) so far police do not have any suspects. back to the studio. . ( darya ) happening today... firefighters are still on the scene of a fire that broke out saturday at a construction site in the east bay.( mark ) the fire was contained saturday morning but it has not been completely extinguished. kron 4's lydia pantazes is live at the scene in emeryville with the details. lydia.
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and the same building that was caught on fire in july was the same building that was on fire. we just evacuated, actually before they said evacuate because we knew what happened last time. so we just got out."> ( darya ) thanks lydia. we will check back with you through out the morning. (mark) a child is still in serious condition this morning after a house fire in oakland. the fire happened around
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2:00 saturday morning. the home was located near 73rd and bancroft. firefighters found the child trapped in the back of the building and rushed the child to the hospital. the fire was put out in about 20 minutes. the cause of the fire remains under investigation this morning. ( darya ) happening today... attorneys will meet to discuss the sentencing of antolin garcia torres. attorneys from both sides will talk about the status of the penalty phase of the trial. gracia-torres was convicted of murdering morgan hill teenager sierra lamar. he could receive life in prison or the death penalty. the penalty phase of the trial is set to begin tomorrow. ( darya ) the marin county coroner accused of molesting a young girl is scheduled to be back in court. darrel harris could enter a plea today. the case dates back to 2008. that's when prosecutors say that harris started sexually assaulting a girl. investigators say he then assaulted her again when she was older. he is being held on 750-thousand dollars bail. (mark) happening today... another appeals court is
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going to weigh in on president trump's travel ban. for the second time in a week... government lawyers will try to persuade a federal appeals court to reinstate the travel ban. the court of appeals in seattle will hear the arguments over hawaii's lawsuit challenging the travel ban that they say discriminates against muslims. the ban would suspend the nation's refugee program and temporarily bar new visas for citizens of lybia, iran, yemen, somalia, sudan, and syria. (darya) a group of teens have been cited at a bart station.. accused of beating a man on a train. this happened around 3:45 saturday afternoon at the colma bart station. police say the teens ran to a nearby neighborhood but were quickly found and detained by officers. the victim identified them as his attackers. four of them were cited for battery and released to their parents. bart riders we spoke with say they still feel safe on the trains even after the attack.
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don't know. i just try to watch my back at all times."> (darya) the victim in the attack is expected to be okay. (mark) north korea now says it has the capabilities to attach a nuclear warhead to a missile that can reach the united states. the united nations security council is holding emergency meetings this week to discuss north korea's latest missile test. the country tested a missile yesterday. japan says the missile landed in water between north korea and japan's west coast. the launch comes two weeks after north korea tested a ballistic missile, which u-s and south korean officials said failed. north korea has previously attempted at least nine missile launches on six occasions since president trump was inaugurated. (darya) historical records reveal that former governor pat brown misled voters about the cost of building the oroville dam. records show he actually ignored recommendations to delay construction and dismissed allegations that substandard materials were used to build the dam. brown's administration overcame labor strikes, worker deaths and other scandals to get the
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oroville dam built on time - 60 years ago. back in february thousands of people were forced to evacuate after two of the dams spillways failed. governor jerry brown has asked for federal assistance in dealing with the oroville dam repairs. (darya) schools across the nation are bracing for cuts to medicaid funding as changes to healthcare advance through congress. schools receive four-billion dollars in medicaid reimbursements annually. according to administrators, services beyond those funded by the state-could be at risk if congress follows through with proposed cuts. school leaders are now waiting to see if those cuts survive the senate. the congressional budget office has estimated that a previous version of the house bill would cut state medicaid subsidies by $880 billion over 10 years. ( mark ) the golden state warriors are one step closer to the n-b-a finals... they rallied from a 25 point deficit to comeback and beat the san antonio spurs in game 1 of the western conference finals.( darya ) for the
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first 2-and-a half quarters, the spurs pushed around the warriors... and did whatever they wanted as lamarcus aldridge and kawhi leonard combined for 35-points. the warriors were down 20 points at the half... but a turning point game in the 3rd quarter when khawi leonard left the game with an ankle injury. after that, the warriors went on an 18-nothing run. here's steph curry after the game... (darya) the warriors win 113-111.
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steve kerr was in the locker room before and during the game... but was not on the court. it's not clear when he will officially return to the games. game two of the series is tomorrow night. tipoff is at 6. in about 30 minutes, gary joins us to talk about kawhi's injury. ( mark ) still ahead on the kron four morning news... another major u-s airline is coming under fire this morning... why a family was forced off a plane... over a birthday cake argument. plus. more self-driving cars are getting set to hit the roads. we''ll tell you who is teaming up to make it happen sooner than later. and after the break... it is being called one of the largest cyber attacks in history. hear why some experts say the threat is not over yet. and here's a live look outside... bay bridge
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you got next? chase. helping you master what's now and what's next. in the traffic center with robin tracking the roads... (robin) hot spot san ramon sb 680 at alcsota, overturn blocking two lanes.. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf.
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(james)we're off to a cold start this monday morning as temperatures around the bay are dropping into the 40s. let's go outside and check the 4-zone camera network. it's partly to mostly cloudy this morning with minimal fog, mostly at the coast. your daypart forecast shows that temperatures will increase to the mid 50s by 10am. look for low to mid 60s by noon, then upper 60s inland by this afternoon. it will stay in the mid 60s by the bay. looking ahead, an approaching weather disturbance will keep winds blowing for the next couple of days. there is a chance of light rain tuesday as the system moves by. drying conditions and clearing skies will take hold wednesday morning. beyond that point, a warming trend will take over and take us into the weekend. ( mark )
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weekend.into the weekend.
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( mark ) global cyber chaos is spreading this morning as companies boot up computers at work following the weekend's worldwide "ransomware" cyberattack. it is now being called the biggest cyber-attack in history and authorities still don't know who is responsible. ( darya ) anny hong is here with the details. anny. ( anny ) desperate attempts to contain the world's biggest cyberattack appear to be working so far this morning. "the number of infected computers has not increased as expected it's known as the "wanna-cry" virus. it hit on friday... bringing businesses to halt, and experts were concerned it
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could happen again this morning when people come into work. the virus froze hundreds of thousands of office computers. it locks down computer files in out-dated versions of microsoft windows. it then demands users pay hundreds of dollars to get their files back. microsoft's chief legal officer says that the company is working to address the problem... but also said companies have a responsibility to update their systems. ( anny ) the security flaw that hackers used was made public after information was stolen from the n-s-a. a british researcher found a way to stop the initial spread of the virus... but it was a temporary fix. we will continue to follow the story
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as the hack threat continues and updates throughout the morning. (mark) a new jersey family headed to a birthday celebration in las vegas say they were booted from a jetblue flight for storing a birthday cake in an overhead bin. cameron burke says they were flying back on may third when he was asked to remove the cake which he did. he says another attendant scolded him, telling them to leave the plane after burke questioned whether the attendant had been drinking. jetblue says the cake and other items were stowed in a bin reserved for safety and emergency equipment and the family refused to remove them. the airline said the family cursed and yelled at the crew. police were called and the captain determined they would not be allowed to fly. (darya) new this morning... lyft is teaming up with a soft-ware company to make self- driving cars. lyft is expected to work with a company called "way-mo" on the project. way-mo has already created the technology to run a self-driving car. the company is now making more than 500 self-driving mini-vans. waymo's deal with lyft would give them access to millions of lyft riders. those in phoenix
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could be the first to ride in the self-driving cars. ( mark ) a new gold rush is sweeping california and mother nature is to blame. more than a century ago...thousands came to the state in hopes of finding gold. now the same thing is happening in an area along the fresno river. this year's heavy rain and snow that brought an end to the drought has caused this phenomenon. but... people who are panning for gold say it isn't as easy as it sounds. (darya) the fiancee of former nfl player aaron hernandez is speaking out publicly for the first time... and it's airing right here on kron four. (mark) a two-part interview with shayanna jenkins-hernandez is scheduled to air on the "dr. phil " show today and tomorrow. here's a preview.
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aaron was deceased and at first i thought it was a hoax. i thought that you know this was some cruel person. thank you."> (darya) you can catch the full interview on doctor phil today and tomorrow at 4-pm... right before the kron four news at 5. (mark) still ahead on the kron four morning news. a bay area grandmother scammed out of thousands of dollars. the warning she has for you this morning in a story you will only see on kron four. and after the break... a paramedic helps makes sure a teen doesn't miss the prom. what he did for the young man and why it's now going viral.
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living where they say they are? tonight on kron4 news at 10, i'll take you a long with a task force whos job it is to find out." >
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hot spot bay bridge a motorcycle accident blokcing two lanes before the tunnel, traffic backed up through the maze. ( darya ) a simple gesture has now
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gone viral. a paramedic helped a high school student tie his tie before his prom in pennsylvania. it happened on friday when 17-year-old lavar allen was getting ready. lavar ran into some trouble trying to tie his tie. ( mark ) his mom didn't know how, so he decided to ask his neighbors. lavar lives near a police station and an ambulance. he stopped by both places and asked for help. lavar ran into a paramedic who was able to help him: ( mark ) lavar
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and his family met with the paramedic after this picture went viral to thank him for tying lavar's tie. ( darya ) and the kron4 morning news wants to send you and a guest to see hamilton! earlier this morning we gave the secret word of the day. it was "orpheum." now you can go to kron4.com and enter the word for a chance to win a pair of the hottest tickets in town. keep watching every day next week for a new word and another opportunity to win! (james) tracking your morning forecast. details coming up. ( mark ) still ahead. president trump is still
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facing backlash after james comey is fired... anny hong is tracking who the new f-b-i director could be. after the break. hi, we are turketarians. you know people think that all turkey tastes alike. (both) wrong! true turketarians swear by butterball. we like to say, (both) "what is this? thanksgiving?" (both laughing) get it? butterball. the choice of turketarians. (darya)(mark) welcome back
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to the kron four morning news... lets start the
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half hour with a check of weather and traffic... hot spot bay bridge wb 80 before the tunnel crash blocking two lanes
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(james)we're off to a cold start this monday morning as temperatures around the bay are dropping into the 40s. let's go outside and check the 4-zone camera network. it's partly to mostly cloudy this morning with minimal fog, mostly at the coast. your daypart forecast shows that temperatures will increase to the mid 50s by 10am. look for low to mid 60s by noon, then upper 60s inland by this afternoon. it will stay in the mid 60s by the bay. looking ahead, an approaching weather disturbance will keep winds blowing for the next couple of days. there is a chance of light rain tuesday as the system moves by. drying conditions and clearing skies will take hold wednesday morning. beyond that point, a
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warming trend will take over and take us into the weekend. (mark) president trump is still looking for a new f-b-i director after the firing of james comey. ( darya ) anny hong is here with the details on the search. anny? (anny) as president trump considers a replacement for fired fbi director james comey... lawmakers are urging him to steer clear of appointing any politicians. the advice comes amid more criticism over the president's dismissal of comey during an fbi probe of russia's meddling with last year's election and any ties to the trump campaign. republican senator lindsey graham says selecting an fbi agent to lead the agency would allow the nation to "reset." democratic senate leader chuck schumer says the new fbi director should be someone without a partisan background but with "great experience" and "courage." (mark) a woman is arrested
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in connection with a high- speed car chase that killed a pittsburg woman it happened in clayton yesterday afternoon at the clayton station shopping center. police responded to reports of a person looking into cars... when they arrived the woman hopped in an s-u-v and took off... driving at speeds of more than 80-mile-per-hour. the woman was driving down myrtle drive near ayers road when she lost control of the s-u-v... crashing into a wall and hitting a tree. a woman in the passenger seat died at the scene. the driver was taken to the hospital. she now facin vehicular manslaughter charges. (mark) a man was arrested at a bart station on suspicion of indecent exposure. this happened around 11-30 yesterday morning. bart police say a station agent saw a man exposing himself at the bayfair station in san leandro. authorities say officers arrested the man and took him to the county jail. according to police, the suspect already was on probation for a prior sexual offense. he has been ordered to stay away from bart stations. (darya) a stanislaus county sheriff's deputy and a
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community service officer died in a deadly car crash over the weekend. it happened on saturday in modesto. this is surveillance video showing the white s-u-v the officers were in moments before the crash. the car then hit an auto shop, landed on top of another building and caught on fire. the deputy and the officer were on their way to a reported burglary when the crash happened. (darya) both are veterans within the department. the california highway patrol is investigating the crash. (mark) governor brown is seeking an unlikely ally in his bid to create a high-speed rail line between los angeles and san francisco. state officials say governor brown sent a letter to president trump... asking him to transfer final approval of enviromental reviews to the state rail authority. currently, the feds must approve environmental documents, plus any changes to the $64 billion dollar project. u-s transportation
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secretary elaine chao will make the final decision on whether or not to give the state final approvals on high speed train matters in california. ( darya ) now to a story you will see only on kron four. a bay area grandmother says she was scammed out of thousands of dollars by somebody calling and claiming to be her grandson..( mark ) kron four's ella sogomonian has the story. cherelle bassett got a phone call at her san carlos home thursday morninganswering machine nats: "you have reached the law office of walter morrision and james boesman.")from a man posing as her grandson who sais he was in jail and another on the line alleging he was a lawyer representing him. sot: cherelle bassett, targeted by scam caller//" and he says i'm so sorry but please don't tell my mom. and i didn't want to betray him so i said okay." together they asked bassett to buy 45-hundred dollars in best buy gift cards and read them the serial numbers on the back claiming no other form of payment would be accepted for bail money.concerned she called her grandson who was fine all along.that's when
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they found out she'd been scammed.sot: krissy mangiola, daughter// "i was just so mad that this happened to her because i've heard of this before a friend of mine whose dad got taken for $10,000 and it's just horribly cruel." consumer expert erica sandberg says it's common for thieves to target seniors over the phone because they're most vulnerable and the money can be made fast.sot: erica sandberg, consumer expert//"if you get the call or you get the email do not answer. if you're really concerned and you think it's truly my grandson or my granddaughter hang up or don't email back or contact them or somebody who knows that person."sandberg also suggests to ask a question only your loved one would know the answer to. bassett hopes others learn from her ordeal. sot: cherelle bassett, targeted by scam caller// "i think it's pretty cruel. and that they should be out getting a real job rather than sitting around trying to scam old people."while her grandson learned the lengths she would go for her love for him.sot: jake mangiola,
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grandson//"i know she's got my back. just in case. (chuckles)." ( mark ) that was kron four's ella sogomonian reporting. bassett has filed a report with the san mateo county sheriff's office. (darya) coming up on the kron four morning news... we'll talk to gary about the epic warrior's comeback... the potentially deadly ankle roll... the hamilton hype... and mother's day. the world according to gary is in a few minutes. ( mark ) and after the break... hundreds of kids sent home sick from a northern california school. we'll tell you what is making them ill. and here's a live look outside... golden gate bridge.
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(robin) hot spot bay bridge wb 80 before the tunnel a motorcycle accident blokcing two lanes, slow from the maze. an overturn accident in san ramon sb 680 at alcosta clearing , slo slow from bollinger canyon ( darya ) state health department
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officials say more than 9- hundred students and staff in one northern california county are recovering from the norovirus. officials say the illness has been spreading at an alarming rate in yolo county schools in that county are telling kids to stay home for up to 2 days after the symptoms have subsided. ( mark ) your frozen burritos could make you sick. roughly 253-thousand pounds of frozen burritos by green chile food company are being recalled because of possible listeria. some of the burritos were shipped to california last week. so far there have been no confirmed reports of any illnesses associated with the recall. the u-s-d-a is telling customers to throw the burritos away or return them to the store. (james) tracking your morning forecast... the world according to gary is after the break.
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leonard combined for 35-points. the warroprs were down 20 points at the half... but a turning point game in the 3rd quarter when khawi leonard left the game with an ankle injury. after that, the warriors went on an 18- nothing run. here's steph curry after the game...
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(darya) san antonio spurs forward kawhi leonard reinjured his
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ankle last night during the second half of game 1 of the western conference finals. he is expected to under-go an m-r-i.
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day to all the mothers out there. i know how important my mom was to my life."giannis antetokounmpo: "my mom means to me a lot. she's my hero. without her in my life, i don't think i would be in this
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seat right now that i'm sitting down in."kevin durant: "well, my mom has been a good part of my life and my career as a basketball player. definitely molded me into who i am."demar derozan: "my mom definitely my pride and joy to make sure i had a meal at night, clothes to wear, shoes to wear."anthony davis: "my mom is definitely an amazing person. definitely a mama's boy. there's no doubt about it."kevin durant: "i want to say a special happy mother's day to my mom wanda ."anthony davis: "me and my mom have an unbreakable bond and i love her to death and happy mother's day."demar derozan: "i want to give a happy mother's day to all the mothers."giannis antetokounmpo: "you guys really love us and you guys really love us through out our lives." steph curry: "so appreciate your mom today and happy mother's day.">nba stars give a special shout-out to their moms on mother's day.
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oakland mayor libby schaaf is donating two warriors tickets to benefit west oakland fire survivors. the tickets are for game two of the western conference finals. the warriors will be playing against the san antonio spurs. they are being donated to the san pablo avenue fire recovery and relief fund. organizers
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say donations of 100 dollars or more will give people the chance to win the tickets. the drawing is set to be held at 10 tomorrow morning. ( darya ) ahead at eight on the kron 4 morning news... two people shot on an east bay freeway. will tran is live in hayward this morning with what you need to know. and a shootout in a quiet bay area neighborhood and the gunmen remain on the loose. what neighbors are saying about the shooting this morning. and. the threat of a cyber attack continues this morning as people log in to their computers at work. we have the details on what is being called the biggest cyber attack in history. how far should pure alpine spring water have to travel from its source to the bottle? ♪
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...ask your doctor if beliva is right for you. how fafrom its sourcelpine spring to the bottle?travel ♪ how about less than a mile and a half? crystal geyser is the only major us spring water bottled at the mountain source. (darya) good morning i'm darya folsom..(mark) and i'm mark danon. lets start the morning with a check of weather and traffic... hot spot pinole
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( mark ) breaking news from overnight... 2 people shot while driving on an east
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bay freeway.( darya ) it happened on interstate 880 in hayward. kron 4's will tran is live this morning with the details. will. ( will ) at 9:15 last night a grey toyota was driving on south bound-880 getting off at winton ave in hayward... someone in an unknown car pulled up to the truck and started shooting at the driver's side of the truck. two of the three people in the truck were hit. they suffered non-life threatening injuries. the truck ran off the road. right now police do not have a description of the suspect car. they say it appears to be an isolated incident.
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( darya ) thanks will. we will check back with you through out the morning. (mark) this is just the latest in a string of freeway shootings in the bay area. over the past two years... dozens of shootings have been happening along highway four and interstate 80 between richmond and antioch. eight people have been killed and dozens have been injured. just last week we learned that the california state transportation agency has agreed to build a surveillance network to help deter the violence. the network could have wireless cameras, license plate readers and shot spotters. ( mark ) global cyber chaos is spreading this morning as companies boot up
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computers at work following the weekend's worldwide "ransomware" cyberattack. it is now being called the biggest cyber-attack in history and authorities still don't know who is responsible. ( darya ) anny hong is here with the details. anny. ( anny ) desperate attempts to contain the world's biggest cyberattack appear to be working so far this morning. "the number of infected computers has not increased as expected it's known as the "wanna-cry" virus. it hit on friday... bringing businesses to halt, and experts were concerned it could happen again this morning when people come into work. the virus froze hundreds of thousands of office computers. it locks down computer files in out-dated versions of microsoft windows. it then demands users pay hundreds of dollars to get their files back. microsoft's chief legal officer says that the company is working to address the problem... but also
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said companies have a responsibility to update their systems. ( anny ) the security flaw that hackers used was made public after information was stolen from the n-s-a. a british researcher found a way to stop the initial spread of the virus... but it was a temporary fix. we will continue to follow the story as the hack threat continues and bring you updates throughout the morning. (mark) a child is still in serious condition this morning after a house fire in oakland. the fire happened around 2:00 saturday morning. the home was located near 73rd and bancroft. firefighters found the child trapped in the back of the building and rushed the child to the hospital. the fire was put out in about 20 minutes. the cause of the fire remains under investigation this morning. ( darya ) happening today... attorneys will meet to discuss the sentencing of antolin
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garcia torres. attorneys from both sides will talk about the status of the penalty phase of the trial. gracia-torres was convicted of murdering morgan hill teenager sierra lamar. he could receive life in prison or the death penalty. the penalty phase of the trial is set to begin tomorrow. ( darya ) the marin county coroner accused of molesting a young girl is scheduled to be back in court. darrel harris could enter a plea today. the case dates back to 2008. that's when prosecutors say that harris started sexually assaulting a girl. investigators say he then assaulted her again when she was older. he is being held on 750-thousand dollars bail. (mark) happening today... another appeals court is going to weigh in on president trump's travel ban. for the second time in a week... government lawyers will try to persuade a federal appeals court to reinstate the travel ban. the court of appeals in seattle will hear the arguments over hawaii's lawsuit challenging the travel ban that they say discriminates against muslims. the ban would suspend the nation's refugee program and
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temporarily bar new visas for citizens of lybia, iran, yemen, somalia, sudan, and syria. (mark) north korea now says it has the capabilities to attach a nuclear warhead to a missile that can reach the united states. the united nations security council is holding emergency meetings this week to discuss north korea's latest missile test. the country tested a missile yesterday. japan says the missile landed in water between north korea and japan's west coast. the launch comes two weeks after north korea tested a ballistic missile, which u-s and south korean officials said failed. north korea has previously attempted at least nine missile launches on six occasions since president trump was inaugurated. ( darya ) still ahead on the kron four morning news... another major u-s airline is coming under fire this morning... why a family was forced off a plane... over a birthday cake argument. and... a shootout on a san francisco street and the gunmen are still on the loose. we will tell you where it happened and what witnesses are saying about the shooting this morning. and after the break... a man attacked at a bart station. how police
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were able to track down the teenagers responsible. and here's a live look outside... san mateo bridge.
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(robin) hot spot pinole wb 80 before pinole valley rd accident blocking several lanes, backed up beyond hwy 4 ( mark ) a group of teens have been cited at a bart station.. accused of beating a man on a train. this happened around 3:45 saturday afternoon at the colma bart station. police say the teens ran to a nearby neighborhood but were quickly found and detained by officers. the victim identified them as his attackers. four of them were cited for battery and released to their parents. bart riders we spoke with say they still feel safe on the trains even after the attack.
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attack is expected to be okay. (james) and i'm tracking your morning forecast. a full weather report right after the break.
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let's get a check of the weather this morning... (james)we're off to a cold start this monday morning as temperatures around the bay are dropping into the 40s. let's go outside and check the 4-zone camera network. it's partly to mostly cloudy this morning with minimal fog, mostly at the coast. your daypart forecast shows that temperatures will increase to the mid 50s by 10am. look for low to mid 60s by noon, then upper 60s inland by this afternoon. it will stay in the
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mid 60s by the bay. looking ahead, an approaching weather disturbance will keep winds blowing for the next couple of days. there is a chance of light rain tuesday as the system moves by. drying conditions and clearing skies will take hold wednesday morning. beyond that point, a warming trend will take over and take us into the weekend. hot spot pinole wb 80 before pinole valley rd accident blocking several lanes. slow from crockett. bay bridge is recovering from a crash before the tunnel, its hot spot pinole wb 80 before
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pinole valley rd accident blocking several lanes. slow from crockett. bay bridge is recovering from a crash before the tunnel, its jammed from
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the maze. san mateo bridge no major issues leaving hayaward ( mark ) a shootout ( mark ) a shootout between two cars in san francisco and this morning the gunmen are still on the loose. anny hong is following the latest from the breaking news desk. (anny) the shootout happened around 9:30 yesterday morning in one of san francisco's quietest neighborhoods. police say the shootout happened near polk and chestnut streets.
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witnesses say one of the cars was a charcoal colored sedan and the other was a red b-m-w. no one was hurt, but one car was damaged. kron-four spoke to one man and his girlfriend who were at home at the time of the shooting. ( anny ) so far police do not have any suspects. back to the studio. . (darya) historical records reveal that former governor pat brown misled voters about the cost of building the oroville dam. records show he actually ignored
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recommendations to delay construction and dismissed allegations that substandard materials were used to build the dam. brown's administration overcame labor strikes, worker deaths and other scandals to get the oroville dam built on time - 60 years ago. back in february thousands of people were forced to evacuate after two of the dams spillways failed. governor jerry brown has asked for federal assistance in dealing with the oroville dam repairs. (darya) schools across the nation are bracing for cuts to medicaid funding as changes to healthcare advance through congress. schools receive four-billion dollars in medicaid reimbursements annually. according to administrators, services beyond those funded by the state-could be at risk if congress follows through with proposed cuts. school leaders are now waiting to see if those cuts survive the senate. the congressional budget office has estimated that a previous version of the house bill would cut state medicaid subsidies by $880 billion over 10 years. (mark) a new jersey family headed to a birthday celebration in las vegas say
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they were booted from a jetblue flight for storing a birthday cake in an overhead bin. cameron burke says they were flying back on may third when he was asked to remove the cake which he did. he says another attendant scolded him, telling them to leave the plane after burke questioned whether the attendant had been drinking. jetblue says the cake and other items were stowed in a bin reserved for safety and emergency equipment and the family refused to remove them. the airline said the family cursed and yelled at the crew. police were called and the captain determined they would not be allowed to fly. (darya) the fiancee of former nfl player aaron hernandez is speaking out publicly for the first time... and it's airing right here on kron four. (mark) a two-part interview with shayanna jenkins-hernandez is scheduled to air on the "dr. phil " show today and tomorrow. here's a preview.
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they informed me. excuse me. they informed me that indeed aaron was deceased and at first i thought it was a hoax. i thought that you know this was some cruel person. thank you."> (darya) you can catch the full interview on doctor phil today and tomorrow at 4-pm... right before the kron four news at 5. (mark) still ahead on the kron four morning news. a bay area grandmother scammed out of thousands of dollars. the warning she has for you this morning in a story you will only see on kron four. and after the break... we'll tell you why you won't want to use these baby wipes.
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(darya) the baby wipes you are using this morning could be contaminated with mold. (mark) the honest company is issueing a recall of its baby wipes that are included in honest diaper cakes, baby basics gift sets and baby arrival gift sets. (darya) customers can return the products for a full refund. for more details on the exact products being recalled... you can visit our website at kron 4 dot com. (james) tracking your morning forecast. what to expect as you head out the door right after the break. ( lydia ) firefighters still on the scene of a construction fire. i will
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half hour with a check of weather and traffic... hot spot in pinole wb 80 before pinol valley rd accident blocking the right lane
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(james)we're off to a cold start this monday morning as temperatures ( darya ) happening today... firefighters are still on the scene of a fire that broke out saturday at a construction site in the east bay.( mark ) the fire was contained saturday morning but it has not been completely extinguished. kron 4's lydia pantazes is live at the scene in emeryville with the details. lydia. ( lydia )there are two fire trucks on the scene.we're told there are crews here making sure all hotspots are out and trying to find out what caused this fire.(take vo)the fire started early saturday morning on the 38-hundred block of san pablo avenue here on the emeryville-oakland border. crews had to remove an unstable construction crane that was at risk of collapsing. 35 people in nearby townhouses who were temporarily evacuated because of the crane returned to the area.
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weekend. it happened on saturday in modesto. this is surveillance video showing the white s-u-v the officers were in moments before the crash. the car then hit an auto shop, landed on top of another building and caught on fire. the deputy and the officer were on their way to a reported burglary when the crash happened. (darya) both are veterans within the department. the california highway patrol is investigating the crash. (mark) now to a story you will see only on kron four. a bay area grandmother says she was scammed out of thousands of dollars by somebody calling and claiming to be her grandson..(darya) kron four's ella sogomonian has the story. cherelle bassett got a phone call at her san carlos home thursday morninganswering machine nats: "you have reached the law office of walter morrision and james boesman.")from a man posing as her grandson who sais he
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was in jail and another on the line alleging he was a lawyer representing him. sot: cherelle bassett, targeted by scam caller//" and he says i'm so sorry but please don't tell my mom. and i didn't want to betray him so i said okay." together they asked bassett to buy 45-hundred dollars in best buy gift cards and read them the serial numbers on the back claiming no other form of payment would be accepted for bail money.concerned she called her grandson who was fine all along.that's when they found out she'd been scammed.sot: krissy mangiola, daughter// "i was just so mad that this happened to her because i've heard of this before a friend of mine whose dad got taken for $10,000 and it's just horribly cruel." consumer expert erica sandberg says it's common for thieves to target seniors over the phone because they're most vulnerable and the money can be made fast.sot: erica sandberg, consumer expert//"if you get the call or you get the email do not answer. if
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you're really concerned and you think it's truly my grandson or my granddaughter hang up or don't email back or contact them or somebody who knows that person."sandberg also suggests to ask a question only your loved one would know the answer to. bassett hopes others learn from her ordeal. sot: cherelle bassett, targeted by scam caller// "i think it's pretty cruel. and that they should be out getting a real job rather than sitting around trying to scam old people."while her grandson learned the lengths she would go for her love for him.sot: jake mangiola, grandson//"i know she's got my back. just in case. (chuckles)." (darya) that was kron four's ella sogomonian reporting. bassett has filed a report with the san mateo county sheriff's office. (darya) the golden state warriors are one step closer to the n-b-a finals... they rallied from a 25 point deficit to comeback and beat the san antonio spurs in game 1 of the western conference finals.(mark) for the first 2-and-a half quarters,
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the spurs pushed around the warriors... and did whatever they wanted as lamarcus aldridge and kawhi leonard combined for 35-points. the warriors were down 20 points at the half... but a turning point game in the 3rd quarter when khawi leonard left the game with an ankle injury. after that, the warriors went on an 18-nothing run. here's steph curry after the game... (darya) the warriors win 113-111. steve kerr was in the locker room before and during the game... but was not on the court. it's not clear when he will officially return to the games. game two of the series is tomorrow night. tipoff is at 6. ( mark ) coming up on the kron four morning news... governor brown takes another step towards making
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california's bullet train a reality. hear why he is asking president trump for help. plus... president trump continues to feel the backlash after firing f-b-i director james comey. find out who his replacement is could be. and next... a lost cat from california turns up 15-hundred miles away. after the break find out how she ended up in oklahoma. and here's a live look outside... richmond san rafael bridge. businessman 2: we've gone over the numbers several times, and...
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pinole valley rd accident blocking several lanes ( darya ) a cat from california is lost and then found in oklahoma... more 15-
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hundred miles from its home. the cat was lost during a cross country road trip. a woman in oklahoma says her grandchildren found the cat behind their house. when she called the number listed on the cat's tag, she found out that the cat's name is penny and her family lives in sacramento. penny's family says she went missing in missouri and they have no idea how she made it to oklahoma. the woman who found the cat is working to get the cat back to its family in sacrtamento. (james) watching the weather this morning. your forecast is right after the break.
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(darya)(robin) in the weather center tracking the forecast with james... hot spot pinole wb 80 before pinol valley rd accident blocking several lanes. wb 80 bay bridge backed up into the maze. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. (james) we're off to a cold start this
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monday morning as temperatures around the bay are dropping into the 40s. let's go outside and check the 4-zone camera network. it's partly to mostly cloudy this morning with minimal fog, mostly at the coast. your daypart forecast shows that temperatures will increase to the mid 50s by 10am. look for low to mid 60s by noon, then upper 60s inland by this afternoon. it will stay in the mid 60s by the bay. looking ahead, an approaching weather disturbance will keep winds blowing for the next couple of days. there is a chance of light rain tuesday as the
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system moves by. drying conditions and clearing skies will take hold wednesday morning. beyond that point, a warming trend will take over and take us into the weekend.
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(mark) governor brown is seeking an unlikely ally in his bid to create a high-speed rail line between los angeles and san francisco. state officials say governor brown sent a letter to president trump... asking him to transfer final approval of enviromental reviews to the state rail authority. currently, the feds must approve environmental documents, plus any changes to the $64 billion dollar project. u-s transportation secretary elaine chao will make the final decision on whether or not to give the state final approvals on high speed train matters in california. (mark) demonstrators had a unique way of protesting against president trump over the weekend. the group organized themselves to spell out the word "resist" on one of his golf courses in los angeles. it was organized by the group called
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"indivisible san pedro." about two-hundred people participated in the protest. they say they are calling for a special prosecutor to investigate russian meddling in the 2016 election. (darya) united airlines says information on how to access the cockpit door may have accidentally been made public. the airline sent employees warning that said "flight deck access procedures may have been compromised." it also said a corrective plan is being established. a united airlines spokesperson confirmed other procedures were in place to protect the flight deck. the airline did not say how the information was leaked. ( mark ) the former director of national intelligence says u-s institutions are "under assault."( darya ) the comments come as the president deals with more fallout from his decision to fir f-b-i -director james comey. joe johns has the details. the fallout over president trump's firing of f-b-i director james comey isn't going away. the former national security director james clapper suggesting the president trump is undermining
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america's democratic system. james clapper: the founding fathers in their genius created a system of three co-mingled branches of government. and they built in systems of checks and balances and i feel that's under assault and is eroding. clapper also rejecting the president's repeated use of his senate testimony to dismiss the russia investigation. james clapper: the bottom line is i don't know if there was collusion and i don't know of any evidence to it so i can't refute it and i can't confirm. lawmakers from both parties condemning the president's actions and demanding an explination of the president's threatening tweet suggesting that recordings may exist of his conversations with comey. the white house denies the tweet was a threat. it was inappropriate. i would advise the president not to tweet or comment on the investigation. if in fact there are such recordings i think those recordings will be subpoena. we are going to want to make sure those tapes are preserved because we are going to want to take a look at them in congress. the top democrat on the senate intelligence committee asserting that comey
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should have the ability to address the president's accusations in public.i think jim comey deserves the chance to lay out his case to the american public... his side of the facts because how he was treated by this president is pretty awful.some democrats now saying they will refuse to confirm another fbi director until a special prosecutor is appointed. president trump: i thought that this would be a very popular thing that i did when i terminated comey because all the democrats couldn't stand him. but because i terminated him they say we get some political points and they go against me. president trump insisting that an independent investigator is not necessary. president trump: there is no collusion. we had nothing to do with russia and everything else.the back lash coming as the president scrambles to replace comey.a decision could come this week after eight candidates were interviewed by attorney general jeff sessions and his deputy over the weekend. lawmakers from both parties urging the president to look beyond washington when selecting a new director. i would strongly urge the administration to pick
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somebody who is apolitical. the president has the chance to clean up the mess that he mostly created. ( mark ) that was joe johns reporting for us this morning. president trump says he might choose comey's replacement before leaving for his first overseas trip as president on friday. (mark) we'll be back as the kron 4 morning news continues... and here's a live look outside from our sutro tower. ♪
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libby schaaf is donating two warriors tickets to benefit west oakland fire survivors. the tickets are for game two
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of the western conference finals. the warriors will be playing against the san antonio spurs. they are being donated to the san pablo avenue fire recovery and relief fund. organizers say donations of 100 dollars or more will give people the chance to win the tickets. the drawing is set to be held at 10 tomorrow morning. ( mark ) entertainment news. an action-adventure and an action-comedy jumped into the box office battle. david daniel shows us if either movie was able to challenge for the top spot. "the boss baby" is up to 162- million dollars in domestic ticket sales after a fifth- place weekend worth four- point-six million. "the fate of the furious" made five-point-three million dollars for fourth place and a domestic total of 215-million. "king arthur: legend of the sword" is a royal flop! the 175-million-dollar take on the legendary ruler opened in third place with just 14- point-seven million."oh, thank you very much. what's this?" "welcome." (nat-spittake)the comedy "snatched" was the
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weekend's top new movie, earning 17-and-a-half million dollars for a second-place debut."the beast's hide is too thick to be pierced on the outside. i must cut through it from the inside."two straight weekend wins for "guardians of the galaxy volume two" -- the marvel super-hero sequel made 63-million dollars for a 10-day ( mark ) ahead at eight on the kron 4 morning news... two people shot on an east bay freeway. will tran is live in hayward this morning with what you need to know. and a shootout in a quiet bay area neighborhood and the gunmen remain on the loose. what neighbors are saying about the shooting this morning. and. the threat of a cyber attack continues this morning as people log in to their computers at work. we have the details on what is being called the biggest cyber attack in history.
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good morning i'm darya folsom..(mark) and i'm mark danon. lets start the morning with a check of weather and traffic... (anny hong): .more of the same unseasonably cool and
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breezy conditions expected today through tuesday. isolated showers will be possible on tuesday as a weather disturbance moves across the region. a warming and drying trend will begin on wednesday and continue through late week as high pressure builds along the west coast. no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. accident
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cleared in pinole cleared wb 80 at pinole valley r. ( mark ) breaking news from overnight... 2 people shot while driving on an east bay freeway.( darya ) it happened on interstate 880 in hayward. kron 4's will tran is live this morning with the details. will. ( will ) at 9:15 last night a grey toyota was driving on south bound-880 getting off at winton ave in hayward... someone in an unknown car pulled up to the truck and started shooting at
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the driver's side of the truck. two of the three people in the truck were hit. they suffered non-life threatening injuries. the truck ran off the road. right now police do not have a description of the suspect car. they say it appears to be an isolated incident.
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( darya ) thanks will. we will check back with you through out the morning. (mark) this is just the latest in a string of freeway shootings in the bay area. over the past two years... dozens of shootings have been happening along highway four and interstate 80 between richmond and antioch. eight people have been killed and dozens have been injured. just last week we learned that the california state transportation agency has agreed to build a surveillance network to help deter the violence. the network could have wireless cameras, license plate readers and shot spotters. ( mark ) global cyber chaos is spreading this morning as companies boot up computers at work following the weekend's worldwide "ransomware" cyberattack. it is now being called the biggest cyber-attack in history and authorities still don't know who is responsible. ( darya ) james fletcher is here with the details. anny. (james) it looks like attempts to contain the cyberattack appear to be working... so far this morning.
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the number of infected computers has not increased as feared. it's known as the "wanna-cry" virus. it hit on friday... bringing businesses to halt, and experts were concerned it could happen again this morning when people come into work. the virus froze hundreds of thousands of office computers. it locks down computer files in out-dated versions of microsoft windows. it then demands users pay hundreds of dollars to get their files back. microsoft's chief legal officer says that the company is working to address the problem... but also said companies have a responsibility to update their systems. (james) the security flaw that hackers
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used was made public after information was stolen from the n-s-a. a british researcher found a way to stop the initial spread of the virus... but it was a temporary fix. we will continue to follow the story as the hack threat continues and bring you updates throughout the morning. ( darya ) happening today... attorneys will meet to discuss the sentencing of antolin garcia torres. attorneys from both sides will talk about the status of the penalty phase of the trial. gracia-torres was convicted of murdering morgan hill teenager sierra lamar. he could receive life in prison or the death penalty. the penalty phase of the trial is set to tomorrow. ( darya ) the marin county coroner accused of molesting a young girl is scheduled to be back in court. darrel harris could enter a plea today. the case dates back to 2008. that's when prosecutors say that harris started sexually assaulting a girl. investigators say he then assaulted her again when she was older. he is being held on 750-thousand dollars bail.
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(mark) a child is still in serious condition this morning after a house fire in oakland. the fire happened around 2:00 saturday morning. the home was located near 73rd and bancroft. firefighters found the child trapped in the back of the building and rushed the child to the hospital. the fire was put out in about 20 minutes. the cause of the fire remains under investigation this morning. (darya) a shootout between two cars in san francisco and this morning the gunmen are still on the loose. it happened around 9:30 yesterday morning in one of san francisco's quietest neighborhoods. police say the shootout happened near polk and chestnut streets. witnesses say one of the cars was a charcoal colored sedan and the other was a red b-m-w. no one was hurt, but one car was damaged. kron-four spoke to one man and his girlfriend who were at home at the time of the shooting.
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so once that happened, we kinda saw something was going on.">(darya) so far police do not have any suspects. (mark) a courtroom at the 9th u.s. circuit court of appeals in seattle is starting to fill up in advance of arguments over president donald trump's travel ban. this is a live picture from seattle. the court of appeals will hear the arguments over hawaii's lawsuit challenging the travel ban that they say discriminates against muslims. the ban would suspend the nation's refugee program and temporarily bar new visas for citizens of lybia, iran, yemen, somalia, sudan, and syria. (mark) north korea now says it has the capabilities to attach a nuclear warhead to a missile that can reach the united states. the united nations security council is holding emergency meetings this week to discuss north korea's latest missile test. the country tested a missile yesterday. japan says the missile landed in water between north korea and japan's west coast. the
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launch comes two weeks after north korea tested a ballistic missile, which u-s and south korean officials said failed. north korea has previously attempted at least nine missile launches on six occasions since president trump was inaugurated. (darya) the golden state warriors are one step closer to the n-b-a finals... they rallied from a 25 point deficit to comeback and beat the san antonio spurs in game 1 of the western conference finals.(mark) for the first 2-and-a half quarters, the spurs pushed around the warriors... and did whatever they wanted as lamarcus aldridge and kawhi leonard combined for 35-points. the warriors were down 20 points at the half... but a turning point game in the 3rd quarter when khawi leonard left the game with an ankle injury. after that, the warriors went on an 18-nothing run. here's steph curry after the game... (darya) the warriors win
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113-111. steve kerr was in the locker room before and during the game... but was not on the court. it's not clear when he will officially return to the games. game two of the series is tomorrow night. tipoff is at 6. (darya) still ahead on the kron four morning news... another major u-s airline is coming under fire this morning... why a family was forced off a plane... over a birthday cake argument. and here's a live look outside... bay bridge [ birds chirping ] [ inhales, exhales ] [ announcer ] cigarettes are not just dangerous when they're smoked. [ rat squeaking ] they're dangerous long after. cigarette butts are toxic. they release chemicals that poison our water... and harm wildlife.
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and millions... are polluting our environment. [ sniffing ] [ seagulls squawking ] (robin)
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no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. a crash on wb 24 at central lafayette clearing from the lanes, slow from sb 680 (darya) a new jersey family headed to a birthday celebration in las vegas say they were booted from a jetblue flight for storing a birthday cake in an overhead bin. cameron burke says they were flying back on may third when he was asked to remove the cake which he did. he says another attendant scolded him, telling them to
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leave the plane after burke questioned whether the attendant had been drinking. jetblue says the cake and other items were stowed in a bin reserved for safety and emergency equipment and the family refused to remove them. the airline said the family cursed and yelled at the crew. police were called and the captain determined they would not be allowed to fly. (mark) checking the markets this morning... winners and losers is next with our financial expert rob black.
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(darya) welcome back... checking the roads with
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robin... (robin) no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. richmond bridge drive less than 20 min from the toll to 101
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(anny hong): .more of the same unseasonably cool and breezy conditions expected today through tuesday. isolated showers will be possible on tuesday as a weather disturbance moves across the region. a warming and drying trend will begin on wednesday and continue through late week as high pressure builds along the west coast.
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(mark) time to talk winners and losers with our financial expert rob black winner: workers to recruiters: make me an offer . . . america's workers are on the move. now that the low unemployment rate is giving workers more leverage than they've had in years, a large number are either job hopping or on the lookout for new opportunities. about 27% of employees switched jobs in the 12 months ending in the first quarter, according to payroll processor adp, the most since the firm began tracking the figure in 2014. three years ago, about 23% of workers left one job for another during the prior year. adp compiles labor market data based on the 24 million u.s. employees whose employers contract with adp to handle their payrolls.
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loser: real estate's new normal: homeowners staying put . . . what appears to be a new normal in the real estate business: homeowners are moving less, creating a drag on the economy, fewer commissions for real estate brokers and a brutally competitive market for first- time home shoppers who cannot find much for sale and are likely to be disappointed during real estate's spring selling season.
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winner: lyft, waymo strike self-driving car deal as uber rivalry intensifies . . . the company that began as google's driverless car project has
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reached a deal to collaborate with ride-hailing app lyft on tests of self-driving vehicles. the deal intensifies the bitter rivalry between waymo, a division of google parent alphabet, and ride-hailing market leader uber. it also gives lyft a powerful new ally in the self-driving car race against its more well-funded adversary uber. and it places waymo a step closer to becoming a business with real-world customers.
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any advice or insight on the "wannacry" cyber attacks? steve
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bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. (darya) the fiancee of former nfl player aaron hernandez is speaking out publicly for the first time... and it's airing right here on kron four. (mark) a two-part interview with shayanna jenkins-hernandez is scheduled
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to air on the "dr. phil " show today and tomorrow. here's a preview.
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interview on doctor phil today and tomorrow at 4-pm... right before the kron four news at 5. (anny) tracking the weather this morning. your forecast is right after the break. (darya)(mark) welcome back
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to the kron four morning news... lets start the half hour with a check of weather and traffic... (anny hong): .more of the same unseasonably cool and breezy conditions expected today through tuesday. isolated showers will be possible on tuesday as a weather disturbance moves across the region. a warming and drying trend will begin on wednesday and continue through late week as high pressure builds
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along the west coast. no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf.golden gate bridge drive time less than 30 min from 37 to the toll plaza. (mark) president trump is still president (mark) plaza.
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(mark) president trump is still looking for a new f-b-i director after the firing of james comey. ( darya ) james fletcher is here with the details on the search. james? (james) as president trump considers a replacement for comey... lawmakers are urging him to steer clear of appointing any politicians. the advice comes amid growing criticism over the president's dismissal of comey during an fbi probe of russia's meddling with last year's election and any ties to the trump campaign. republican senator lindsey graham says selecting an fbi agent to lead the agency would allow the nation
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to "reset." democratic senate leader chuck schumer says the new fbi director should be someone without a partisan background but with "great experience" and "courage." as for when the appointment may come?... it could be this week. the president says he's hoping to name comey's replacement before he leaves for his first overseas trip as president... which is this friday. (mark) a woman is arrested in connection with a high- speed car chase that killed a pittsburg woman it happened in clayton yesterday afternoon at the clayton station shopping center. police responded to reports of a person looking into cars... when they arrived the woman hopped in an s-u-v and took off... driving at speeds of more than 80-mile-per-hour. the woman was driving down myrtle drive near ayers road when she lost control of the s-u-v... crashing into a wall and hitting a tree. a woman in the passenger seat died at the scene. the driver was taken to the hospital. she now facin vehicular manslaughter charges. (mark) a man was arrested at a bart station on suspicion of indecent exposure. this
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happened around 11-30 yesterday morning. bart police say a station agent saw a man exposing himself at the bayfair station in san leandro. authorities say officers arrested the man and took him to the county jail. according to police, the suspect already was on probation for a prior sexual offense. he has been ordered to stay away from bart stations. (darya) a group of teens have been cited at a bart station.. accused of beating a man on a train. this happened around 3:45 saturday afternoon at the colma bart station. police say the teens ran to a nearby neighborhood but were quickly found and detained by officers. the victim identified them as his attackers. four of them were cited for battery and released to their parents. bart riders we spoke with say they still feel safe on the trains even after the attack.
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attack is expected to be okay. (mark) historical records reveal that former governor pat brown misled voters about the cost of building the oroville dam. records show he actually ignored recommendations to delay construction and dismissed allegations that substandard materials were used to build the dam. brown's administration overcame labor strikes, worker deaths and other scandals to get the oroville dam built on time - 60 years ago. back in february thousands of people were forced to evacuate after two of the dams spillways failed. governor jerry brown has asked for federal assistance in dealing with the oroville dam repairs. (mark) schools across the nation are bracing for cuts to medicaid funding as changes to healthcare advance through congress. schools receive four-billion dollars in medicaid reimbursements annually. according to administrators, services beyond those funded by the state-could be at risk if congress follows through with proposed cuts. school leaders are now waiting to see if those cuts survive the senate. the congressional
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budget office has estimated that a previous version of the house bill would cut state medicaid subsidies by $880 billion over 10 years. (darya) governor brown is seeking an unlikely ally in his bid to create a high-speed rail line between los angeles and san francisco. state officials say governor brown sent a letter to president trump... asking him to transfer final approval of enviromental reviews to the state rail authority. currently, the feds must approve environmental documents, plus any changes to the $64 billion dollar project. u-s transportation secretary elaine chao will make the final decision on whether or not to give the state final approvals on high speed train matters in california. (mark) now to a story you will see only on kron four. a bay area grandmother says she was scammed out of thousands of dollars by somebody calling and claiming to be her grandson..(darya) kron four's ella sogomonian has the story. cherelle bassett got a phone call at her san carlos home thursday morninganswering
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machine nats: "you have reached the law office of walter morrision and james boesman.")from a man posing as her grandson who sais he was in jail and another on the line alleging he was a lawyer representing him. sot: cherelle bassett, targeted by scam caller//" and he says i'm so sorry but please don't tell my mom. and i didn't want to betray him so i said okay." together they asked bassett to buy 45-hundred dollars in best buy gift cards and read them the serial numbers on the back claiming no other form of payment would be accepted for bail money.concerned she called her grandson who was fine all along.that's when they found out she'd been scammed.sot: krissy mangiola,
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daughter// "i was just so mad that this happened to her because i've heard of this before a friend of mine whose dad got taken for $10,000 and it's just horribly cruel." consumer expert erica sandberg says it's common for thieves to target seniors over the phone because they're most vulnerable and the money can be made fast.sot: erica sandberg, consumer expert//"if you get the call or you get the email do not answer. if you're really concerned and you think it's truly my grandson or my granddaughter hang up or don't email back or contact them or somebody who knows that person."sandberg also suggests to ask a question only your loved one would know the answer to. bassett hopes others learn from her ordeal. sot: cherelle bassett, targeted by scam caller// "i think it's pretty cruel. and that they should be out getting a real job rather than sitting around trying to scam old people."while her grandson learned the lengths she would go for her love for him.sot: jake mangiola, grandson//"i know she's got my back. just in case. (chuckles)." (darya) that was kron four's ella sogomonian reporting. bassett has filed a report with the san mateo county sheriff's office. (darya) still ahead on the kron four morning news. we'll tell you why you won't want to use these baby wipes.
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talk to a headache specialist today. pg&e learned a tragic lesson we can never forget. this gas pipeline ruptured in san bruno. the explosion and fire killed eight people. pg&e was convicted of six felony charges including five violations of the u.s. pipeline safety act and obstructing an ntsb investigation. pg&e was fined, placed under an outside monitor, given five years of probation, and required to perform 10,000 hours of community service. we are deeply sorry. we failed our customers in san bruno. while an apology alone will never be enough, actions can make pg&e safer. and that's why we've replaced hundreds of miles of gas pipeline, adopted new leak detection technology that is one-thousand times more sensitive, and built a state-of-the-art gas operations center. we can never forget what happened in san bruno. that's why we're working every day to make pg&e
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the safest energy company in the nation. no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. (darya) the baby wipes you are using this morning could be contaminated with mold.(mark) the honest company is issueing a recall of its baby wipes that are included in honest diaper cakes, baby basics gift sets and baby
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arrival gift sets. (darya) customers can return the products for a full refund. for more details on the exact products being recalled... you can visit our website at kron 4 dot com. (anny) i'm tracking your forecast.
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[ birds chirping ] [ inhales, exhales ] [ announcer ] cigarettes are not just dangerous when they're smoked. [ rat squeaking ] they're dangerous long after. cigarette butts are toxic. they release chemicals that poison our water... and harm wildlife. and millions... are polluting our environment. [ sniffing ] [ seagulls squawking ] (anny hong): .more of the same
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unseasonably cool and breezy conditions expected today through tuesday. isolated showers will be possible on tuesday as a weather disturbance moves across the region. a warming and drying trend will begin on wednesday and continue through late week as high pressure builds along the west coast.
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no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. g (darya) this sunday is the annual bay to breakers... and kron 4 is a proud sponsor of the event. of the event. proud sponsor kron 4 is a breakers... and bay to is the annual this sunday min from 880 less then 30 mateo bridge maze to sf. san min from the less then 30 bridge wb 80 is spots. bay no major hot coast. no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. g
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(darya) this sunday is the annual bay to breakers... and kron 4 is a proud sponsor of the event. (mark) the 12-k race starts at eight in the morning... just a few blocks away from the embarcadero. and it ends at the great highway onto ocean beach. (darya) here to talk about the race this weekend is director chris holmes. good morning chris...
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(mark)(darya) about 40- thousand runners are expected this weekend. remember.... there is a zero tolerance policy when it comes to alcohol on the race course.... kron four will have full coverage for you all weekend long... online registration will close at midnight on may 19. in-person registration will be available at the breakers expo at pier 35 on may 19-20. there will be several price increases between now and the expo, so we recommend signing up early to save. (mark)(darya) about 40-
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thousand runners are expected this weekend. remember.... there is a zero tolerance policy when it comes to
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alcohol on the race course.... kron four will have full coverage for you all weekend long... online registration will close at midnight on may 19. in-person registration will be available at the breakers expo at pier 35 on may 19-20. there will be several price increases between now and the expo, so we recommend signing up early to save.
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what's happened to snacking? how did it become absent-mindedly eating one after the next? we are a creamy cheese that still believes in savoring our food.
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the laughing cow. reinvent snacking. the energy conscious whopeople among usle? say small actions can add up to something... humongous. a little thing here. a little thing there. starts to feel like a badge maybe millions can wear. who are all these caretakers, advocates too? turns out, it's californians it's me and it's you. don't stop now, it's easy to add to the routine. join energy upgrade california and do your thing. entertainment news.
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an action-adventure and an action-comedy jumped into the box office battle. david daniel shows us if either movie was able to challenge for the top spot. "the boss baby" is up to 162- million dollars in domestic ticket sales after a fifth- place weekend worth four- point-six million. "the fate of the furious" made five-point-three million dollars for fourth place and a
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domestic total of 215-million. "king arthur: legend of the sword" is a royal flop! the 175-million-dollar take on the legendary ruler opened in third place with just 14- point-seven million."oh, thank you very much. what's this?" "welcome." (nat-spittake)the comedy "snatched" was the weekend's top new movie, earning 17-and-a-half million dollars for a second-place debut."the beast's hide is too thick to be pierced on the outside. i must cut through it from the inside."two straight weekend wins for "guardians of the galaxy volume two" -- the marvel super-hero sequel made 63-million dollars for a 10-day domestic total of 246-million. in hollywood, i'm david daniel. (darya) paul mc-cartney is starring in pirates of the caribbean: dead men tell no tales. the former beatle tweeted a picture of himself wearing pirate make-up. mcartney will play jail guard in the film. this is the fifth pirates of the caribbean
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movie disney has made. it will be in theaters on may 26. ( darya ) and the kron4 morning news wants to send you and a guest to see hamilton! earlier this morning we gave the secret word of the day. it was "orpheum." now you can go to kron4.com and enter the word for a chance to win a pair of the hottest tickets in town. keep watching every day next week for a new word and another opportunity to win! ( mark ) oakland mayor libby schaaf is donating two warriors tickets to benefit west oakland fire survivors. the tickets are for game two of the western conference finals. the warriors will be playing against the san antonio spurs. they are being donated to the san pablo avenue fire recovery and relief fund. organizers say donations of 100 dollars or more will give people the chance to win the tickets. the drawing is set to be held at 10 tomorrow morning. seven day
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(darya) that's it for us this morning... our next newscast is at 5 o clock tonight. (mark) don't forget, you can stay connected on our mobile app, kron four dot com and on our facebook and twitter feeds.
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